An outstanding opportunity to own a set of Queen Victoria Silver Crowns – each coin dated over 100 years old
During Queen Victoria’s long reign only three different portraits adorned her coins – and all feature within this impressive collection of original silver crowns from her monarchy.
The Crown denomination was rarely issued during Victoria’s reign – especially before her Golden Jubilee in 1887. As a result, the Young Head Crown that features within the Victoria Silver Crown Collection remains an especially sought-after coin, with the coin struck for circulation on just three occasions.
This coin featured a shield design, whilst from 1887 onwards – like the Sovereign issues of the reign – the St George & the Dragon design would feature on the reverse of both the Jubilee Head and Veiled Head coins. An example of each of these coins also feature within the collection – alongside the Young Head Crown.
All of these coins were struck in 925/1000 Silver by The Royal Mint, as the British Empire was at its zenith - adding real historical significance to the collection.
Secure your Queen Victoria Silver Crown Collection housed within Deluxe Presentation Case and accompanied by Certificate of Authenticity.
Key Issue Information:
- Features all 3 effigies of Queen Victoria's reign to adorn the Crown.
- Each of the coins struck in 925/1000 Sterling Silver originally by The Royal Mint
- All coins at least 100 years old
- Real historical significance - each individual coin within the set would have been in circulation during the Victorian Age at the height of Empire.
- Housed together in one Deluxe Presentation Case with Certificate
Metal: 925/1000 Sterling Silver
Years of issue: 1838-1901
County of issue: United Kingdom
Obverse: Queen Victoria
Reverses: St George & the Dragon/Shield Back
Delivery via Royal Mail Special Delivery
Estimated Delivery Time: 7-10 Working Days
Delivery available throughout the United Kingdom